Sunday, 14 July 2013

The deadline given by the Supreme Court to the Government of India ends tomorrow!

Laxmi,  23, an acid attack fighter
Photo: Arun Gopalan
Thank you for signing my petition and telling Home Minister, Sushil Kumar Shinde, to regulate and control the sale of acid in India.

In just a few hours, I’ll be delivering my petition to Mr.Shinde, urging him to end acid violence against women in India.

I hope the Government acts on the deadline given by the Supreme Court to curb the sale of acid in retail. If they don’t, it’ll be a tragic failure on their part to address violence against women in India.

We need more support, please watch my video and forward it to your contacts

Watch the video I made as a thank you for all your support and please forward it your contacts.

Mr. Shinde needs to knows that are a growing no of people who are expecting him to take immediate action.. Help me reach 25,000 signatures. Please forward my mail to your friends and family telling them to join us.

We just have a few hours to ensure the Mr. Shinde acts on acid violence against women in India and takes measures to curb the sale of acid.

Thanks in advance for fighting to end acid violence against women in India.

Laxmi via Change.org

For any help, contact: 9717900302

Please conform my team on Facebook if you are reaching there: https://www.facebook.com/events/129199690623058/129206180622409

Sign the petition: http://www.change.org/stopacidattacks

2 comments:

  1. All the best girl. Way to go. Do not be deterred. My family and friends wish you all the best from US.

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  2. I salute for ur bravery...u r the most precious and beautiful person..even god will salute ur will..keep goin...m wth u

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    SAA is a campaign against acid violence. We work as a bridge between survivors and the society, as most of the victims of this brutal crime, which is much more grave in its impact than a rape, have isolated themselves after losing their face. Due to ignorance of the government and civil society, most survivors find no hope and stay like an outcast, in solitude. SAA aims to research and track acid attack cases and compile a data to get the actual situation of survivors.

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